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4 5

the urethane highback makes tweaking out in the park really fun. however, they can be a little flimsy when it comes to big drops and jumps, and riding through chunder will wear you out really damn fast when you're riding these. I rock a stiffer binder on my pow board, but if you just need a park binding (or only ride park/urban), these are really fun. Also, the footbeds are a little annoying to lift up (there's no good way to grip it. you pretty much have to just use a screwdriver), but they shed snow like it's nothing so you don't get ice buildup underfoot.


4 5

I got the cardinal ikat colorway, and I'm definitely stoked on how it looks. The nylon fabric on this color also makes it good for activities like river trips and spring snowboarding since it doesn't get waterlogged like cotton. Only downside is the backstrap is pretty cheap.


5 5

I've been surviving Salt Lake winters for 7 years in skate shoes like an idiot. Got a dog last summer, so I realized my regular shoes weren't going to cut it for taking him out twice a day when we were in the middle of single-digit inversions. These things are plenty warm and gave me adequate grip on icy surfaces. Don't know why I didn't get them sooner. Runs large though, I'm usually a 9 and I have a pair of 8s in these that are perfect.


Give our Gearheads a call or chat in if you get a defective item. They will help you out with return shipping and getting another pair out as soon as possible. Paying your own return shipping is standard procedure for most returns, but in this case we'd be happy to do more to help you get the gloves you need.

That being, said, these are my favorite gloves I've ever had. The leather is durable and grippy so you can confidently hold things on the chair, and Gore-tex keeps my fingers dry all day.

2 5

they don't collapse very far and can be kind of a pain to adjust (plus they don't stay all the way collapsed, they slide around a few inches), but for how cheap they are I shouldn't be surprised. Wish they weren't listed as splitboarding poles, they're just too long to want to deal with if you have to put them away when you ride down. Probably fine for snowshoeing, but for backcountry snowboarding I'd say spend the extra money for something that gets significantly smaller


4 5

Got this in a 160cm (I ride park boards in the 150-154 range and pow boards in the 157-160 range) and am super stoked on it. The topsheet is gorgeous and the construction is the quality you'd expect from Arbor. I have it with a Voile kit right now, but definitely plan on upgrading to split-specific bindings in the future because even with the karakoram clips there's still some slop in the seam. However, that doesn't stop it from floating effortlessly in powder and it surprisingly rips through chunder and down groomers better than most regular boards I've ridden. The only complaints I have is that it's hard to maneuver at slow speeds, making it difficult to ride in tight trees. Once you open her up though, it's smooth sailing. My other gripe is that the rocker shape tends to make the tip and tail flex outward when skinning, which often makes me sink further into the snow even on established skin tracks. Overall, really stoked on it and excited to continue my Wasatch explorations on it.


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